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isoelectric

[¦ī·sō·i′lek·trik]
(electricity)
Pertaining to a constant electric potential.
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The Tp-e interval was determined as the distance from the peak of T wave to the descending part of the T wave and the junction of the isoelectric line.
Conventional EEG recording showed a pattern of burst suppression and raw EEG from BIS monitor showed an isoelectric signal.
Times from initiation of euthanasia to cessation of carotid pulse and irreversible isoelectric EEG (indicators of death) were measured.
The use of bean protein isolates is increasing as a functional ingredients to improve the nutritional quality of the products [3].The most widely used procedure to prepare protein isolates is isoelectric precipitation.
Eight millisecond subtraction was used to catch points at isoelectric level.
PR segment depression and isoelectric small PR segment were observed (Harrison and Harrison, 1986; Nap et al.,1992) in 75 and 25% cases respectively and seem related to fast heart rate and early atrial depolarization even before completion of ventricular repolarization in birds (Harrison and Harrison, 1986).'Q' wave was not observed in most of the pigeons in lead II.'R' wave was very small (r) but 'S' (negative deflection) was quite appreciable.
Several studies have described the protein as the major active component in the extracts with distilled water, although they vary in determining the molecular weight and isoelectric point.
Cambridge, Canada, February 11, 2016 --(PR.com)-- AES (Advanced Electrophoresis Solutions Ltd.), a pioneer in designing and manufacturing the most reliable, high performance, and high throughput CEInfinite whole column imaging detection capillary isoelectric focusing (iCIEF) systems, proprietary cartridges, ampholytes, and pI standards for the life science industry, is pleased to announce Isogen Life Science B.V.
SGS Life Science Services has installed and validated instrumentation which uses frequency modulation spectroscopy (FMS) for headspace oxygen analysis of biopharmaceutical container closure systems, as well as imaged capillary isoelectric focusing (icIEF) for analysis of charge distribution and heterogeneity in biopharmaceuticals, at its facility in Mississauga, Canada.